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... and therefore not a well known tourist spot. It's still really quiet an un spoilt. Andy and Marco took us to our unit that Andy rented for us. It belongs to family and is only two houses down from Grampa's house. Janina will remember the two quaint little Aunties we used to visit (Mando and Maria) We are heading over to the boys place for happy hour! The weather is perfect and we couldn't be ...
... The place that Milena anchored was spectacularly lovely... Steep cliffs, turquoise waters, climbing rocks for jumping into the water. not to mention the snorkeling. Once the anchor was dropped, all if us jumped in the water.... Well I did not jump in the water, but entered from the swim ladder. The Buckners took their island, and headed for the beach. I was on my own, and the long blue mesh floatee, and met them on the beach 5 ...
... rocks. At aperitif time, the bottle of red wine, " IRIDA", gift from the restaurant in Fiscardo was opened, and discarded very quickly--- what a horrid tasting wine. No wonder it was a gift, the restaurant was trying to get rid of it, and no one would really want to buy it.... yuck..... Alexio appeared with the "turkey insignia" wine, and we all clapped our approval. A wonderful steak, with bernaise sauce, potatoes, and salad were enjoyed by all. The best was ...
... it was 4am Greek time. Unfortunately this had another knock on effect as we woke just 3 hours later with our body clocks saying it was 7am Greek time. However, we had heard on the way home that our latest grandchild was born at 9:07 on 30 June so we made our way to the hospital to meet him.
Kerenne is once more for sale with Williams and Smithells based in Levkas Marina and full ...
After our trip to Delphi we spent 1 night at the marina on Trizonia and then moved to the western end of the gulf of Corinth at Nafpaktos. This seemingly sleepy little town has a very small mediaeval Harbour and Castle high up on the hill thought to have been built by the Crusaders. We spent 2 nights at anchor outside the harbour before ...